4th March 2013 -
24th March 2013
Her Majesty's Theatre, Haymarket London. Fundraising event to raise £5000 to support the Spanish and Rwandan projects in 2013. Andy Graham ,director, creatively recites the story of "Me and The Gorilla" -
The Longest Story in the World Part 7 -
El Mon es Nostre -
Supported by the Town Hall in Sant Boi. Support still needed.
21st October -
Rwanda! The Longest Story in the World returns to Africa! Watch this space for further details...
10th April 2012 -
El Mon es Nostre (The World is Ours) has come to Calonge, Spain -
Supported by the Adjuntament de Calonge
Why not sponsor a child to take part?
Go to our projects page for more information...
5th April 2012 -
Andy Graham, Artistic Director, previously Snap Theatre’s artistic director, leads an international team of artists from Poland, Bangladesh, Romania, Spain and the UK creating a week long residency celebrating the best of storytelling from around the world.
Themes for workshops will be based on the cultural life of the UK exploring the themes and stories of "Real Lives, Real People.”
This leads towards a presentation of their creative work/expression and stories by the children/young people at the end of the week.
Dance, Animation, Art and Craft, Physical Theatre and Spellbinding Drama workshops led by international artists will take place throughout the week.
Performance on Friday 22nd June at 7.30pm
25th January 2012 -
Artixoke a community arts company in Barcelona is joining The Longest Story in the World project. We have had several meetings and they will work in partnership with “ai,ai” Ltd to make it happen.
Collage, a creative English language school for children are using the “ai,ai” consultancy and a teachers’ course has been developed by Andy to support the teachers with new ideas and techniques which they can adapt and use in the classroom. The course is on Sunday 29th January 2012 in Barcelona.
Also, the town Hall in Sabadell near Barcelona has given their approval for a creativity workshop to be held on Saturday 26th February run by Andy and Claudia di Lorenzo, from Italy, to promote The Longest Story project. The hope is that a 5 day course will run in July bringing, yet another, possible partner on board.
6th October 2011 -
Andy Graham and Katie Charlton go to Romania to work with “ai,ai”’s Romanian partners to research best ways of integrating children with severe disabilities with other children.
A fundraising event in Spain for this project on September 24th was a great success despite the rain!!!
Andy Graham has made an agreement with the mayor of Commanesti, Romania to continue The Longest Story In The World, working with children with special qualities in Romania for the next 2 years and to work together for a future international cultural centre for Commanesti.
Location: Bishops Stortford, UK
Where: Rhodes, Bishops Stortford
Public Performance on Friday 24th -
For Tickets Call: 01279 651746
Countries involved: Romania, Poland, Italy and the UK
Arts Organisations involved: “ai,ai” Ltd, Actability and Vision4Arts
7th February 2011 -
The Bangladesh Longest Story in the World project finished in Khulna, Bangladesh on a terrific high note (click here to see local press cuttings and here for video). Association with our partners Rupanter, 55 children aged 7-
Over 250 people attended the performance by the young people on Thursday 27th January. Attending as guest of honour was the deputy district commissioner who said at the presentation ceremony after the performance; “truly inspirational-
30th November 2010 -
“ai ,ai” Ltd , Actability and Vision4Arts will collaborate on “Wake Up Don Quixote”, an inclusive project for children and families with special Needs in 2011. More details to follow...
“ai,ai” Ltd travel to Bangladesh in January 2011 to work with our Bangladesh partners Rupantar in delivering The Longest story in the world Part 4 to over 80 children and training 20 teacher and artists.
30th November 2010 -
“ai,ai” Ltd have joined with Actability UK and Vision4Arts to form a new and exciting arts partnership aimed at sustaining arts organisations, sharing resources and collaborating on inclusive projects which benefit all children whatever age, background or ability. Tri-
Each company will retain its individual identity within the partnership and agrees to promote the arts partnership as an integral part of its work.